Like any industry, solar has its unique lingo that can be a little confusing when you’re not used to it. We’ve put together some definitions to help you navigate the solar mumbo jumbo.
For the third year in a row, Auric Solar was honored as one of Inc. Magazine’s fastest-growing companies on their Inc. 5000 list, placing #541
Coming off the biggest year ever for U.S. solar installations, Auric Solar is proud to be named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power World magazine. Auric achieved a rank of 99 out of 500 solar companies.
For decades, getting solar panels was synonymous with getting sticker shock. Solar is now more affordable than ever with the help of government incentives.
When new opportunities arrive, successful businesses don’t fear embracing change. Solar energy is completely changing the way we power our day-to-day lives, including how we power our businesses. Understanding the opportunity that solar energy offers your business will put you in a better position to serve your customers.
When it comes to powering your everyday life, where you get your energy can make a big difference to your bank account. If you are like the vast majority of people, chances are that you get your power from your local utility company. But is that really the smartest way to power your everyday life? Or are you wasting your hard-earned cash?
Auric Solar flipped the switch on the two largest solar arrays in Cache County, Utah. Sports Academy and Racquet Club’s 886-kilowatt solar array consists of 2,646 panels and 74 inverters that will offset 94 percent of the family health club’s energy costs and reduce over 700 tons of CO2, the equivalent of taking 85 cars off the road for an entire year.
Auric Solar and TreeUtah partnered for the second year in a row to give back to the community and improve Utah’s air quality.
With more than 100 volunteers and a surprise appearance from the stars of HGTV’s hit show Property Brothers, we planted 20 trees at Big Cottonwood Regional Park, which will eliminate nearly 1,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
Since December 2015, solar companies in Nevada have been forced to cut staff and essentially cease operations in the state after the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada (PUCN) announced their decision to eliminate net metering for solar customers. The unexpected and controversial ruling stated that solar customers in Nevada would not be credited for their excess power and those who installed solar before the new rule would not be grandfathered in. Since then, the solar industry has fought to have the ruling reversed and have a fairer rate structure implemented.